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How to set up Stripe as a Company.

How to set up Stripe as a Company.

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Written by Phoebe Davis
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Find out using the handy video below how to set up your Stripe account to start taking SlickPay payments if you are a company.

What do you need to know before you start?

Before you can set up a Stripe account to take SlickPay payments, you need to know what type of company you are...

Which of the below are you?

  • If more than one person owns more than 25% of the company, you will need to have the following information before you begin: Full name, date of birth, home address and email address.
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    ​If you haven't signed up to any of the above please click the links to find out from the HMRC website how to set this up.

Please note - If you are a sole trader please find an article here to help you!

If you are a private limited company or a limited liability partnership you need a companies house number...

Not sure of your company number? Follow the link here to help you find your company on companies house: https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/


After you have set up your Stripe account, they will ask you for verification. Please find information in the Stripe support article here as to what you will need to verify your account with Stripe.

Please note, if you lose access to your Stripe account for any reason - such as change of mobile number or lack of proof of identity that our agents are equipped to advise you on how to amend and will do their best to advise but we CANNOT grant you access to your Stripe account or release funds at your request. These processes are controlled by Stripe directly and as they are a secure financial institution these processes are deemed necessary to ensure security of your funds and financial information.


That's it! You're ready to go πŸš€ Find out more from Slick here on in-store deposits and online deposits PLUS everything you need to know about the Slickpay card reader here.


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